Emperor Nero's Perverted Same-Sex Marriage!!

After same-sex marriages will come father/daughter and mother/son marriages!!

Empeor Nero was initiated into the Mysteries of Mithras in 65 AD. The 2nd grade is called Nymphus (bride).

Roman Emperor Nero Claudius Caesar Augustus Germanicus–a fanatical devotee of Jupiter and Minerva–was the most depraved monster that ever disgraced the annals of history.

Roman Emperor Nero 37-68 A.D.
Roman Emperor Nero 37– 68 AD.
Emperor from 54 to 68 AD.

The name Nero is proverbial for murder, rape, sodomy, incest, cruelty, and every kind of crime imaginable.

In the first recorded false flag operation in history, he burned Rome and then blamed it on the Christians.

The diabolical monster Nero ordered the execution of the Apostle Paul.

Coin of Emperor Nero.
Coin of Emperor Nero.

After Caligula and Claudius, he was the 3rd pagan Pontiff to persecute the believers in the Messiah.

In 65 AD, the mad Pontiff Nero crowned all his other debauches by a same-sex marriage. Nero married a male look-alike of his murdered wife Poppaea Sabina. Here is a report by the Roman historian Suetonius:

Besides the abuse of free-born lads, and the debauch of married women, he committed a rape upon Rubria, a Vestal Virgin. He was upon the point of marrying Acte, his freedwoman, having suborned some men of consular rank to swear that she was of royal descent. He gelded the boy Sporus, and endeavoured to transform him into a woman. He even went so far as to marry him, with all the usual formalities of a marriage settlement, the rose-coloured nuptial veil, and a numerous company at the wedding. When the ceremony was over, he had him conducted like a bride to his own house, and treated him as his wife. It was jocularly observed by some person, "that it would have been well for mankind, had such a wife fallen to the lot of his father Domitius." This Sporus he carried about with him in a litter round the solemn assemblies and fairs of Greece, and afterwards at Rome through the Sigillaria, dressed in the rich attire of an empress; kissing him from time to time as they rode together. (Suetonius, The Twelve Caesars, Nero, XXVIII).

Here is another report from Roman historian Cassius Dio:

Now Nero called Sporus "Sabina" not merely because, owing to his resemblance to her he had been made a eunuch, but because the boy, like the mistress, had been solemnly married to him in Greece, Tigellinus giving the bride away, as the law ordained. All the Greeks held a celebration in honour of their marriage, uttering all the customary good wishes, even to the extent of praying that legitimate children might be born to them. After that Nero had two bedfellows at once, Pythagoras to play the rĂ´le of husband to him, and Sporus that of wife. The latter, in addition to other forms of address, was termed "lady," "queen," and "mistress." Yet why should one wonder at this, seeing that Nero would fasten naked boys and girls to stakes, and then putting on the hide of a wild beast would attack them and satisfy his brutal lust under the appearance of devouring parts of their bodies? Such were the indecencies of Nero. (Cassius Dio, Roman History, LXII, 13).

There is more than one Chamber of Horrors in the Museum of History, but none like that of Emperor Nero. Nero's real name was Lucius Domitius Ahenobarbus. His ambitious and ruthless mother married Emperor Claudius, and persuaded him to adopt her son as his legal heir.

Nero was the adopted son of Emperor Claudius

Nero was the adopted son of Emperor Claudius. Nero's real father's name was Gnaeus Domitius Ahenobarbus and his mother's name was Agrippina. Nero's name, before his adoption by Claudius, was Lucius Domitius Ahenobarbus.

Emperor Claudius (10 B.C.- 54 A.D.). Emperor from 41 to 54 A.D.
Emperor Claudius (10 BC– 54 AD). Emperor from 41 to 54 AD.

Agrippina the Younger was the 4th wife of Claudius, and the mother of the monster Nero by Gnaeus.

She became Empress when she married Claudius in 49 AD.

She was determined that her son Nero would be Emperor of Rome.

Empress Agrippina (16-59) was murdered by order of Nero.
Empress Agrippina (16– 59 AD)
was murdered by order of Nero.

When Agrippina became Empress, she persuaded Claudius to adopt her son Nero as his legal heir. Claudius already had 2 natural children by his 3rd wife Messalina: Claudia Octavia and Britannicus.

Britannicus was poisoned by Nero.
Britannicus was poisoned
by Nero.

In 55 AD, Britannicus, the 14 year old son of Emperor Claudius, was poisoned by Nero.

Nero did not want to share the throne with anyone–even his own mother–so he had her killed also.

Nero-Agrippina coin.
Nero-Agrippina coin.

The mad Emperor Nero failed to poison his mother, so he used diabolical means to make her death look like an accident:

But being terrified with her menaces and violent spirit, he resolved upon her destruction, and thrice attempted it by poison. Finding, however, that she had previously secured herself by antidotes, he contrived machinery, by which the floor over her bed-chamber might be made to fall upon her while she was asleep in the night. This design miscarrying likewise, through the little caution used by those who were in the secret, his next stratagem was to construct a ship which could be easily shivered, in hopes of destroying her either by drowning, or by the deck above her cabin crushing her in its fall. Accordingly, under colour of a pretended reconciliation, he wrote her an extremely affectionate letter, inviting her to Baiae, to celebrate with him the festival of Minerva. He had given private orders to the captains of the galleys which were to attend her, to shatter to pieces the ship in which she had come, by falling foul of it, but in such manner that it might appear to be done accidentally. (Suetonius, The Twelve Caesars, Nero, XXXIV).

All his murder plots failed, so he eventually sent some soldiers to her villa to murder her.

Nero had his wife, Claudia Octavia, scalded to death in a hot bath.
Nero had his wife Claudia Octavia
scalded to death in a hot bath.

Nobody was safe around the mad monster Nero.

He ordered his wife Octavia to be scalded to death in a hot bath.

In 65 AD, he kicked his pregnant wife Poppaea in the stomach and killed her.

Nero murdered his pregnant wife Poppaea Sabina.
Nero murdered his pregnant
wife Poppaea Sabina.

After the murder of Poppaea Sabina, Nero was introduced to a male look-alike of his murdered wife named Sporus. It was then that the infamous same-sex marriage took place.

Nero burned Rome and blamed it on the Christians!!

Not content with all his previous crimes, Nero set fire to Rome and blamed it on the Christians. It was the first recorded false flag operation in history.

Nero fiddling while Rome burned.
Nero fiddling while Rome burned.

Nero fiddled while Rome burned!!

In the first recorded false flag operation in history, he set fire to Rome and blamed it on the Christians.

The Great Fire of Rome in 64 A.D.
The Great Fire of Rome in 64 AD.

When the people looked suspiciously at Nero as the incendiary, he deflected blame by accusing the Christians of starting the fire. Here is a report by a pagan historian named Tacitus:

Consequently, to get rid of the report, Nero fastened the guilt and inflicted the most exquisite tortures on a class hated for their abominations, called Christians by the populace. Christus, from whom the name had its origin, suffered the extreme penalty during the reign of Tiberius at the hands of one of our procurators, Pontius Pilatus, and a most mischievous superstition, thus checked for the moment, again broke out not only in Judaea, the first source of the evil, but even in Rome, where all things hideous and shameful from every part of the world find their centre and become popular. Accordingly, an arrest was first made of all who pleaded guilty; then, upon their information, an immense multitude was convicted, not so much of the crime of firing the city, as of hatred against mankind. Mockery of every sort was added to their deaths. Covered with the skins of beasts, they were torn by dogs and perished, or were nailed to crosses, or were doomed to the flames and burnt, to serve as a nightly illumination, when daylight had expired. Nero offered his gardens for the spectacle, and was exhibiting a show in the circus, while he mingled with the people in the dress of a charioteer or stood aloft on a car. Hence, even for criminals who deserved extreme and exemplary punishment, there arose a feeling of compassion; for it was not, as it seemed, for the public good, but to glut one man's cruelty, that they were being destroyed. (Tacitus, Annals, XV 44).

At that time, Christians in Rome and throughout the world believed that the Neronian persecution was a sign that the end of the world was near. The Messiah had already warned them of great tribulation before his Second Coming:

For then shall be great tribulation, such as was not since the beginning of the world to this time, no, nor ever shall be. (Matthew 24:21).

Due to this unprecedented persecution, the Christians believed that their generation would be the final one before the end of the world.

Christian woman martyred to enact the myth of Dirce.
A Christian woman was martyred
to enact the myth of Dirce.

The Romans stole all their pagan pantheon from Greece. Jupiter is Zeus and Minerva is Athena.

As entertainment for the mob, Nero tied a Christian woman to a bull's horns to enact the Greek myth of Dirce.

Christians as human torches lighting up the gardens of Nero.
Christians were used as human torches
to light up the gardens of Nero.

Nero's gardens were located in the very spot where the Vatican stands today.... During this time, the great Apostle Paul was arrested and taken to Rome. Nero condemned him to death, and because he was a Roman citizen, he was spared crucifixion.

Beheading of St. Paul by order of Nero.
Beheading of St. Paul
by order of Nero.

The great Apostle Paul, who established Christianity at Rome, was beheaded outside the city by order of Nero.

Simon Peter was never in Rome, and the only Simon of note to set foot in Rome was Simon the Magician.

St. Paul Outside the Wall is the very spot where St. Paul was beheaded.
Saint Paul Outside the Wall is the very
spot where St. Paul was beheaded.

By 68 AD., Satan himself was jealous of the wicked Nero. The legions in Spain and Gaul moved against him and his own Praetorian Guard deserted him.

He fled from Rome and cowardly ended his own life by suicide. His remains were cremated as was the common practice of pagan Romans.

Only 2 years later, Roman legions destroyed Jerusalem and leveled the great Temple to the ground. This was another fulfillment of the words of the Messiah:

And Joshua said unto them, See ye not all these things? verily I say unto you, There shall not be left here one stone upon another, that shall not be thrown down. (Matthew 24:2).

This was the end of the world for the Jewish nation, as true Christianity survived the Neronian persecution and continued to grow and prosper, despite all the opposition of the pagan and Papal Roman Pontiffs.

Same-sex marriages are the last stages of a corrupt world!!

Same sex-marriages are the final stages of corruption before the end of time. The Bible says that JEHOVAH created Adam and Eve . . . not Adam and Steve.

Same-sex marriages are now legal in the following states: California, Connecticut, Iowa, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, New York, Rhode Island, Vermont, plus Washington City.

Same-sex marriages are now legal in the following countries: Argentina, Belgium, Canada, Iceland, Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, South Africa, Spain, Sweden.

Vital link

The Conversion of Saint Paul to Christianity


Cassius Dio. Roman History. The Macmillan Company, New York, 1927.

Tacitus, Cornelius. Annals. Cambridge University Press, New York, 1989.

Maier, Paul L. The Flames of Rome. Doubleday & Co., Garden City, New York, 1981.

Suetonius. The Twelve Caesars. (Translated by Robert Graves), Penguin Books, London, 1957.

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